Been slow lately. Perhaps the tax season has an impact on the telemarketing industry. In the past, we have received calls during tax season, offering 'help'. Any opportunity to exploit the masses.
6 April 2022
424-240-5953 Hawthorne, CA - Nothing came up on a search. But, we are not taking any chances. Our default setting is to mark this as a telemarketer and/or scam call. So, fuck you!
10 April 2022
email@example.com - Coming in early on a Sunday morning...and we mean early. Another one of those mass texts from a fake email address, with a very questionable link.
Nothing new here. Just recycling old spam tactics. Which brings us to recycling this: Fuck you!
11 April 2022
865-690-2101 Knoxville, TN - We did a search, this is another spoofed number. How does one get their number spoofed? There sure are a lot of these. If you really think about it, the system does not really work. Like, why would anyone answer the phone from an unknown number? Most people, like us, are not that important that we constantly get calls from all over the country.
"Oh, and unknown number. Maybe I should answer it" Fuck you!
firstname.lastname@example.org - Interesting. Looks like these are from the same assholes that sent the text yesterday.
12 April 2022
909-245-4564 Crestline, CA - Another innocent (or, is it) number being spoofed by telemarketers. Fuck you!
13 April 2022
email@example.com - This seems legit. But, official communication from a something like this does go from email to text. One would get a text from a legit number, not an email address.